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Protect yourselves online

ENJOY the benefits of living life on-line but protect yourself and stay in control of your personal information when connected to the...
Lee of no fixed address with his trike that he travels the country with his bear as passenger

Lee of no fixed address

A tourist come traveller arrived in town on Monday afternoon, riding his trike and towing all his belongings behind him on a...
The Mad Dog Morgan Lost Gold Festival

Mad Dogs and Camp Ovens ready at Patche

The Mad Dog Morgan Lost Gold Festival and Pine Plains Camp Oven Challenge will ensure the long weekend in June is an...
Back row: Kathie Huebner, Alice Gollan and Alys Sturrock. Centre: Elaine Quick, Hilary Willowsmith and Sandra Stronach. Front: Judy Lynch, Julie Jennings, Joy Maybery, Heather Atwell and guide Les Milliken at the Serviceton Railway Station.

Members enjoy mystery tour

ON Tuesday May 14 Willenabrina CWA members celebrated their 68th birthday with...

MINYIP SHOW NO MORE

MINYIP’S Agricultural and Pastoral Society will formally disband and the show will be no...
SEEING THE SIGHTS: From left, Leanne Stirling, Cheryl Gigney, Kim Rycroft, Julie Johnson (front), Andey Boren and Sharon Moyle chat with Wheatland Museum volunteer Lorraine Inkster (centre) this week as they tour the Silo Art Trail. The ladies adorned themselves with their own silo art as they felt the Dooen Silo was naked, so they took it upon themselves to be a replacement.

SIGHT SEEING SILOS

FIVE visitors to the Silo Art Trail took to the trail with ...

Dimboola Biggest Morning Tea goes bigger

Dimboola Cancer Crusaders ran all over town for their annual fundraiser for the annual Cancer Council of Victoria ‘Biggest Morning Tea’ on...
Daren Jones on the Kokoda Trail

Jones raises $2,640 for kids

Dimboola senior footballer Darren Jones has raised $2,640 for the Kids Plus Foundation and Give Where You Live Foundation. Back in early...
Mayor Cr Graeme Massey

YARRIAMBIACK Shire Council Mayor, Graeme Massey, said that council had determined, as ...
SUGAR RUSH: Warracknabeal resident Grace Taylor 2, enjoys a rainbow lollipop from one of the many stall holders of the Jung Market on Saturday.

Shoppers brave the cold for Jung

DISTRICT residents ventured out into the cold to shop the handicrafts of Jung Market stall holders on Saturday.